learner[ lur-ner ]SEE DEFINITION OF learner
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LEARNER
It brings the learner into direct contact with life and often illuminates the past.
Wherever it is possible, the learner should be sent to the sources themselves.
No; but I may be able to teach it all the better from feeling the difficulties of a learner myself.
The third, though valuable is costly, and discouraging to the learner.
What is it that the learner brings that is of such great value to the teacher?
Goethe was a learner to the day of his passing: he wanted to know.
Did I not become the parent and they the children, in those relations of teacher and learner?
There is no occasion however for a learner to be confined to this dance.
I brought a learner along with me—friend of mine name of Alan Donnell.
The matter and style of the reading-book should be adapted to the capacity and taste of the learner.